Sales and Transactions: October 2009 Archives

 

• The FCC granted the voluntary transfer of the licenses for Christian contemporary WPRJ FM 101.7 Coleman and its Alma translator (96.7 W244BS) from from Come Together Ministries to Partnership Ministries (dba Passion Communications).

 

• No notable activity for September 24-25 and 28-29.

 

 

• Construction permits granted to FM translator W223AM 92.5 Bronson to move to 92.7 as W224BY and to FM translator W258AO 99.5 Hillsdale to move to 100.1 as W261BP. Both translators would move slightly to the south and are being purchased by Swick Broadcating from Horizon Christian Fellowship.

 

• No notable activity for October 1-2.

 

 

• The FCC has approved the proposal for WPBN TV Ch 7 Traverse City to change its digital channel to 47. FCC Report and Order (.pdf)

 

• No notable activity for October 6-7.

 

 

WMSH-FM 99.3 Sturgis was granted its license to cover for a power increase to 4,400 from 3,000 watts.

 

 

• FM translator W214BH 90.7 Mt. Pleasant was granted a construction permit to move to the broadcast tower Central Michigan University uses to broadcast WMHW-FM from; CMU is acquiring W214BH from Great Lakes Community Broadcasting.

 

 

• FM translator W209BC 89.7 Wakelee was granted a construction permit to change frequency to 90.3 as W212CK.

 

• No notable activity for October 14-15.

 

 

• Classic hits WLKM-FM 95.9 Three Rivers was granted its license to cover to increase power to 3,600 watts @ 425 feet from 3,000 watts @ 289 feet. The station's pattern is now directional from a new tower location just to the southeast of its old location.

 

• FM translator W214BH 90.7 Mt. Pleasant was granted a modification to its construction permit; it will change frequency to FM 101.3 as W267BD and reduce power from 100 to 1 watt and operate with a directional pattern from WMHW-FM's tower.

 

• No notable activity for October 19.

 

 

• Classic hits WUPT FM 100.3 Gwinn/Marquette was granted a construction permit to increase effective radiated power from 66,000 watts @ 456 feet to 100,000 watts @ 512 feet.

 

• Contemporary hits WUPZ FM 94.9 Chocolay Twp/Marquette was granted a construction permit to increase effective radiated power from 58,000 watts @ 456 feet to 100,000 watts @ 512 feet.

 

 

• FM translators W224BY 92.7 Bronson and W261BP 100.1 were granted their licenses to cover; both changed frequency and tower locations.

 

• FM translator W212CK 90.3 Wakelee was granted a construction permit to change frequency to 101.1 as W266BS.

 

 

WPXD-TV Ch. 31 Ann Arbor was granted a construction permit to move its DTV signal to Ch. 50 from Southfield. If constructed, WPXD will for the first time have a full-market signal across metro Detroit.

 

• The FCC granted the voluntary assignment of license for FM translator W279AP 103.7 Ionia from Horizon Christian Fellowship to Packer Radio WION, LLC.

 

• No notable activity for October 23.

 

 

• FM translator W224BY 92.7 Bronson has been granted a construction permit to move to Angola, Indiana and increase power. The station will be used as a fill-in for WLKI FM 100.3 Angola.

 

 

• Smile FM has been granted a construction permit for a new FM station on 89.3 to be licensed to Harbor Beach. The Class C3 station would operate 12,000 watts @ 476 with a directional pattern from a tower located south of Bad Axe.

 

• Construction permit granted to FM translator W261BP 100.1 Hillsdale to move to 100.7 as W264CB and change community of license to Reading. The translator would also move to the southwest.

 

• No notable activity for October 28.

 

 

• FM translator W230BI 93.9 Lapeer has been sold by Edgewater Broadcasting to Radio Power for $50,000 pending FCC approval and closing.

 

• The FCC approved the purchase of LPTV station WMKG-CA 38 Muskegon by BAG, LLC from Kelley Enterprises. Sale price was $250,000.

 

• The FCC approved the purchase of FM translators W224BY 92.7 Bronson and W261BP 100.1 Hillsdale by Swick Broadcasting from Horizon Christian Fellowship. Sale price was $30,000.

 

• The FCC also approved the purchase of the construction permit for FM station WRAX-FM 98.9 Walhalla/Ludington from Radioactive, LLC to Beaubark Communications, LLC. Sale price was $210,000.

 

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